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quijano has this developing story. analysis from john dickerson. the mercury slowly starts to rise as a deadly arctic air mass moves out. dean reynolds on the high cost of record lows. in the only state where recreational pot is legal, manuel bojorquez reports supply can't keep up with sky-high demand. >> wow. >> reporter: and 50 years after president johnson declared war on poverty, don dahler visits the front lines with a recruit who says the battle is far from over. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. governor chris christie ran into a traffic jam today on the road to the whitehouse. evidence revealed today shows that a top aide to christie and appointees of the new jersey governor created a four-day tie-up for thousands of drivers on roads leading to the busiest bridge in the world. the motive, political revenge. christie, who's believed to be considering a run for the presidential nomination, says he is outraged by today's developments and insists he was misled by his staff. elaine
quijano and michelle miller are on the breaking story. john dickerson on the damage to a leading republican. >> i am a very sad person today. >> pelley: david martin has an early look at a pentagon investigation on sexual harassment. what's the problem at the military academies? dr. jon lapook reports on why big food companies have cut calories in packaged foods. and why is a predator of the arctic flying to florida and kansas? jim axelrod on a mystery migration. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, this is our western edition. today the nation saw a side of republican chris christie we hadn't seen before. the usually brash, blunt, in your face governor of new jersey was humble and contrite as he tried to rescue his career and any presidential hopes from a scandal. he said he had nothing to do with the political dirty trick aimed at the democratic mayor of fort lee, new jersey, though he took responsibility for it and apologized. a top aide had engineered a massive traffic jam in fort lee as revenge against the may
the minimum wage and unemployment insurance. plus can republicans win the senate in 2014? john dickerson will join us. and the resolution, give up diet soda. don dahler on why sales are going flat. >> this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> jeff: good evening, everyone, i'm jeff glor with a western edition of the broadcast. the weather is awful. for millions of americans, there is no other way around it. windchills 60 below in spots. we have just entered the worst of it and it's not going away for days. here's a look at a map of windchill watch,s warnings and individualsries across the country. 115 million people are affected. some of them are inside lambeau field in greenbay, some even showed up hours early for an nfl play-off game even though it was 5 degrees. in st. louis the arch was barely visible as a lone pedestrian trudged through the snow. the coldest weather, however, can be found in north dakota. this is bismarck where it's supposed to reach 26 below overnight. we begin with jamie yuccas of our minneapolis station wcco. >> r
? john dickerson will join us. and the resolution, give up diet soda. don dahler on why sales are going flat. >> this is the captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
director john dickerson. john, harry reid came out both barrels blazing this morning. if anybody was talking about a new attitude in congress, i didn't really see that. >> had one target that was the republicans in congress, must have said it five different times. he had his talking points ready. 2014 is not going to be a happy year. why? let's look at the senate, let's just look at elections in the senate. the republicans need to take six seats to take harry reid's job away from him. in seven of the seats that democrats are in danger they are in states where mitt romney won the election. we've seen over the last 20 years correlation between volters in a state vote for republican president they're likely toe vote for republican senator. democrats have a tough year with the elections so harry reid begins a tough election year starting with tough words about republicans. >> schieffer: does the roll out of obamacare make it tougher for these democrats? i asked harry reid the question, he didn't really answer it. are they going to be run as proud sponsors of obamacare or run away fr
director john dickerson. plus new york city police commissioner bill bratton and john miller stop by the studio, and we'll talk with one of the fastest grows sights, upworthy.com. this is the "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com > >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> good morning, everyone. it's thursday, january 9. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 4:30 on this friday eve. let's kick it over to lawrence. did you like that, friday eve? >> i'm feeling good because we are that close now. a lot of cloud out there, too, guys. unfortunately, not much in the way of rain. we have some fog, maybe a little drizzle but some changes coming up. more coming up. >> and the roads are not as slick today as yesterday so here's a live look, an early start across the san mateo bridge. we'll have the travel times and roadwork coming up. >> it's what you do. >> that's what i do, yes. [ laughter ] >>> we begin at 4:30 now with breaking news in the south bay this mni. two people escaped a house fire in san jos
of the "washington post." david sanger of the nova scotia times and cbs news political director john dickerson. and in our flashback, how a cbs news crew went to havana to interview fidel castro for face the nation and got scooped by ed you will van. 60 years of news because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs good morning again before we get to senator reed a quick update on this bitter cold that has two-thirds of the country in its grip from the midwest to the northeast and good part of the south. this cold is expected to set record lows in many parts of the country, some of the coldest weather so far is in the st. paul, minneapolis and wcco reporter has the latest from there. >> bob, it is currently nine degrease below zero only expected to get worse. for the first time in 20 years, schools are closed statewide on monday with lows expected at minus 25. with wind chills expected to be around minus 70 degrees, exposed skin can become frost bitten in minutes. ski hills and ice rinks have closed until tuesday at the earliest. today's green bay packers playoff game could be am
. analysis from john dickerson. the mercury slowly starts to rise as a deadly arctic air mass moves out. dean reynolds on the high cost of record lows. in the only state where recreational pot is legal, manuel bojorquez reports supply can't keep up with sky-high demand. >> wow. >> reporter: and 50 years after president johnson declared war on poverty, don dahler visits the front lines with a recruit who says the battle is far from over. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
for political revenge. elaine quijano and michelle miller are on the breaking story. john dickerson on the damage to a leading republican. >> i am a very sad person today. >> pelley: david martin has an early look at a pentagon investigation on sexual harassment. what's the problem at the military academies? dr. jon lapook reports on why big food companies have cut calories in packaged foods. and why is a
. norah and charlie? >> thank you. john dickerson is with us good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> so what will governor christie do if he wants to avoid the political damage that this might cause? >> well cbs has learned that later today governor christie will give a press conference. you know yesterday he put out a statement and said he was outraged and shocked and he'd been misled but it kind of stopped there, and in some reporting i've been doing, what they were trying to do in christie's office was find out exactly what the facts were and get those put together and in the press conference today, he'll address all of that and what he'll do about it. >> what do you think they'll worry about the most some e-mail somewhere that will link him either that he knew or should have known? >> yes, and i think the first thing they've got to do is make sure there is no connection to him. he said he knew nothing about it, and so i think at the press conference what he's going to do is try to basically do what the political technical term likely to see probably f
dickerson is our cbs news political director and i want to bring you in, john, as we continue to watch the president leaving the chamber tonight. the president talked about the numbers of areas where he would act if congress would not but it really reminded many people of the limits of presidential power. >> absolutely. it was a very modest list of things that he can do himself. to your point about immigration, they know-- and the president has been told by speaker boehner-- if you get too involved in immigration you'll scare off republicans who we hope to get together on some kind of immigration bill. but if you look at the areas the president talked about, the big things: immigration, tax reform, student loans, extending unemployment benefits, the minimum wage, all of those things require congress to work with him. but before the speech his aides were saying because congress -- he's had such difficulty with the republicans in congress he was going to go it alone. but if you look at the specifics of what he's going to do, he's going to do -- he's going to raise the minimum wage for co
director john dickerson joins us now. good morning. >> good morning. >> how is governor christie handling this? >> well, you could almost hear the page turning in that speech yesterday. he is basically -- the governor is now saying you know, this is important but -- here are the other things that i care about. education. crime. and what he did in that speech yesterday is say i'm going to focus on those and we're not going to let politics get in the way. what was also interesting was this sort of behavioral modification he's gone through. he didn't use the first-person singular, talking about himself. he talked a lot about "we" and bipartisanship. one thing that will be interesting to see is as he goes forward trying to fight for these programs will he -- will he change the way he has been effective in the past that brusk manner he used to boast about, having his wings clipped a little bit. >> you talk about the brusque manner and i've never seen them test a bully meter, but they've done that in new jersey and voters think he's more of a leader instead of a bully, in
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